irisblasi:

“Good girls go to heaven. Bad girls go everywhere.”
RIP Helen Gurley Brown.

irisblasi:

“Good girls go to heaven. Bad girls go everywhere.”

RIP Helen Gurley Brown.

  • SG:

    I'd join a book club for this. [link: Caitlin Moran's "Congratulations, You're a Feminist" http://nyti.ms/SbcrnK]

  • CDR:

    Can anything new really be expanded on the topic of feminism? Just because she swears and wears crazy outfits and lipstick means she's going to teach me how to be a better feminist?

  • SG:

    There will never be enough new theories on feminism.

  • CDR:

    You are right - I'd love to read some! #sameolesameole

helloitslibby:

I guess I need to make more? 
inflatedmoose:

wickedclothes:

Grow a Pair (of Ovaries) Tote
Screenprinted with black ink on medium-sized canvas tote. Sold on Etsy.
Please check out Wicked Clothes on Facebook and Tumblr!

Love it! 

helloitslibby:

I guess I need to make more

inflatedmoose:

wickedclothes:

Grow a Pair (of Ovaries) Tote

Screenprinted with black ink on medium-sized canvas tote. Sold on Etsy.

Please check out Wicked Clothes on Facebook and Tumblr!

Love it! 

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// Royally Fucked Up.//

crystaldiamondrose:

This is why using words like “pussy” to describe cowardice is the most self-deprecating thing a woman can do. I cringe every time I hear the word used in this way.

It’s not agonizing, it’s not shameful, it’s not particularly interesting. The decision to have an abortion is, for many women of my generation and those before mine, among the greatest (and often easiest) they will ever make.

Thought for Food: My abortion

Today in brave, smart, powerful women. You must click through and read the entire thing.

Thanks for sharing your truth, Nora.

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susiesnapshot:

Wilma Flinstone’s household chores, 1962.

susiesnapshot:

Wilma Flinstone’s household chores, 1962.

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crystaldiamondrose:

At the very least, keep your comments to yourself.
feministblackboard:

Taken by a friend of mine during slutwalk.

crystaldiamondrose:

At the very least, keep your comments to yourself.

feministblackboard:

Taken by a friend of mine during slutwalk.

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todaysdocument:

Suffrage did not come easy. 

The 19th Amendment was ratified on August 18, 1920.  These photos and documents within the records of the National Archives show that the right to vote was not easily won.  

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